Yes, this is another "reviving old hardware" server. Old Compaq Deskpro. PII 266MHz 64MB RAM 7.5GB 5400RPM 4MB AGP Video Card 3 NICs CPU I'm trying to replace the CPU with a PII 333MHz since they run faster and a lot cooler than this 266MHz, that way I won't need any fan on the heatsink. Typical Power 266MHz - 25W 333MHz - 14W Maximum Power 266MHz - 38W 333MHz - 20W HDD That is what I could get for 10$ at this moment, in a future, whenever I get money, I'll get a big HDD to make it a file server. NICs Righ now I'll only use 2 of them, one connected to the DSL and the other one to my PC. In the future, when I get to live with my GF I'll put the other NIC card I have and I'll connect her PC to the server as well and I'll use it as a router and printer server. To make the case I've used emtpy DVD's cases. I'll stack 3 of them, one over the other so that everything that is inside won't be seen and will be covered/protected. I drilled holes to mount the motherboard and I've taken the PSU's PCB away from it's casing, drilled holes and I attached the PCB to the DVD. As this is a real cheap server and mod, what I did to mount the motherboard and PSU, was to use stand offs, but I put them upsidedown, that way I can use screws at the bottom of the DVD to secure everything. The HDD is going to be on top of the PSU, I'll get some L shaped metal and then I'll use elastic bands to suspend it. As you can see, I've aligned the PSU's and the CPU's heatsinks, so that way I can add a 92mm fan on the right side of the PSU, that way it will cool the PSU, CPU and HDD at the same time. I know I said this is going to be fanless, that's what I want, but I'll put a fan which is going to be able to go from 4V to 10V and also the posibility to turn it off, just in case. The rear part of the DVD has holes, that's where all the connectors of the DVD were, that will help me to have a vent, without having to get a grill or something. Another view of the server and how the heatsinks are aligned. With the Dremel I cut the rear part, I/O and PCI. You can also see on the left hand the "native" grill that the case will have. A close up of the PSU. You can also see the inverted stand off securing everything to the DVD's case. So what do you think about this? Ideas? Opinions?